Stitching Time at Fulham Palace

Events in January include knitting workshop and free talk on historic fireplaces

Fulham Palace

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Fulham Palace

Online booking for Basic Knitting Techniques Workshop

Online booking for Fireplaces of Fulham Palace

Fulham Palace through the Great War

Book online for Palace Explorers

Historical Tours of Fulham Palace

Fulham Palace Drawing Room Cafe

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Wednesday 14 January, 10am-4pm
Basic Knitting Techniques Workshop
Learn the basics of knitting from Heather Esswood, freelance knitter and wool consultant for Rowan Yarns.

This class is for both beginners and returning knitters. Materials are provided.
£45 per person, £35 for Fulham Palace and Bishop’s Park volunteers, book online here.

Mon 26 January, 2pm
The Fireplaces of Fulham Palace
Explore some of the Palace's historic decorative chimneypieces with Curator, Miranda Poliakoff during this free tour. Booking is essential and you can book online here.

Fulham Palace Fireplace

Regular events also continue this month:


Monday 12,19, 12 January, 10.30am-12pm
The Palace Explorers
Join the Palace Explorers, weekly parent/carer and toddler sessions for children aged 2-4. £3 per child, which includes a drink and healthy snack, booking essential. For more information and to book a place, go here.

Sunday 11, Tuesday 20 and Sunday 25 January, 2pm
Monthly Historical Tours
Learn the secrets of Fulham Palace on this Historical Tour through the grounds and public rooms of the Palace. £5 per person, no booking necessary, meet in the Museum. For more information on tours go here.

An exhibition of Fulham Palace through the Great War is also continuing daily until April 16.

The exhibition tells the story of the Great War at the Palace, the role of the Bishop of London during the national crisis and commemorate those connected with the household who died in the conflict, such as William Burley, the son of the Bishop’s chauffeur.

Admission is free, and you can find out more about the exhibition here.

January 7, 2015